Dallas Speeding Ticket Attorney
There are many offenses classified as traffic violations in Dallas. Many Of them are known as moving violations; speeding, running a red light or going through a stop sign. They are treated more seriously if the driver is traveling many miles above the posted speed limit, or in a school or work zone. Other violations are non-moving, such as no drivers license, expired registration, lack of financial responsibility, (no liability insurance).
These “tickets” are filed in a myriad of municipal courts, city courts and Justice of the Peace (JP) courts scattered throughout the community.
Although the maximum fine for such Class C Misdemeanors is $500, there can be serious consequences if convicted of some tickets such as “points” leading up to a driver’s license suspension as well as “surcharges”. And whether you’re aware of it or not, traffic violations do count as a criminal matter, meaning you have the same constitutional rights as in any other criminal proceedings.
Dallas Traffic Violation Defense Lawyer
We aggressively defend clients who have been charged with the following traffic violations:
- Failure to display ID
- Reckless driving
- Speeding tickets
- DUI / DWI
- Driving without a valid drivers licence
- Driving without proper insurance
- Failure to obey traffic signs or signals
- plus more…
In the pecking order of criminal offenses, traffic tickets are the least serious. However, there are several traps that need to be avoided. If you are not responsive, you can land in jail; receive another ticket for Failure to Appear; lose your drivers license and it can stay on your record and remain an inconvenience for you in the community. Call me for a free, telephone consultation so that you know in advance what the pitfalls are.
If you have received one or more tickets, then you need an experienced Dallas criminal defense lawyer by your side – call me for a free telephone consultation at (972) 267-0300. The biggest problem you face from a ticket is to ignore it or not follow through with paying your fine. These actions can lead to a warrant being issued for your arrest. Thus, you can go to jail for an offense that does not carry a jail sentence!